With the flames dangerously close to a Jack In The Box drive-thru window, Womack pushes the truck with his patrol vehicle - screeching tires and all.
A Gleen Heights police dash camera captured the officer's quick thinking when he prevented the restaurant from catching on fire.
Dash cam footage from the squad auto captured the officer pulling up behind the burning truck that was dangerously close to the restaurant.
Womack can be seen on dashcam footage pulling in behind the blue Ford and nudging it forward as the flames licked the side of the building.
The truck's engine caught ablaze as a family was buying dinner.
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As Womack nudged the truck with his auto, his tires screeched and smoke billowed from the cab.
Thanks to Womack's selfless conduct, the fire didn't spread to the restaurant itself ― and subsequently no one inside or outside was injured.
Glenn Heights police said that no injuries were reported.
"When I got there, the flames were reaching the roof", Womack said.